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Con rmation, page 22Many sacramental preparation programs ask that Con rma- tion candidates participate in service to help carry out the mission of the Church. Ask students to describe opportuni- tiesforservicethattheyknowabout.Inwhatkindsofservice would they most like to participate?The Eucharist, page 23Ask students to name some of the ways they can demonstrate by their outward behavior at Mass the respect they feel for the Eucharist.4. Sacraments of Healing, page 24 ere are two sacraments of healing. What are the di erent kinds of healing these sacraments can bring to those who receive them?Penance, or Reconciliation, page 24Work with your students to develop a short examination of conscience for young teens. Begin by reviewing with them the Ten Commandments on pages 32-34 of the student’s book. On the board or on chart paper, make a heading for each Commandment. Add several examples of questions that might be used in the examination of conscience. Here are some samples. e Fifth CommandmentDid I ignore someone today who needed my help? Was I short tempered with any family member today? e Eighth CommandmentDid I spread gossip about someone today?Anointing of the Sick, page 24Ask students to interview someone who has been present at an anointing. What happened? How did those being anointed react? How did the other people present react? Did everyone seem comforted?ReviewWe Celebrate, page 27A P O S T L EE U C H A R I S T D O M E S T I CC H U R C H5. Sacraments at the Service of Communion,page 25RECONCILIATION BAPTISMFIFTY FORGIVESMOVABLE CONFIRMATIONANNUNCIATION ASHMARTYR PRIESTBAPTISM MATRIMONYWhat do we celebrate during the liturgical year? THE LIFE OF CHRISTReviewSaints and Feast Days, page 28 1. Con rmation2. Easter3. Lent4. Eucharist5. the Baptist6. Reconciliation7. Advent8.  omas9. EasterWhat do we do at our liturgies? CELEBRATEReach OutStepping Up, page 28Responses will vary. Encourage students to discuss their choices.Follow Jesus1. Following the Moral Law, page 30Your students would probably agree that it’s a good thing to be free to act as they want. Ask them if there is any disadvan- tage to freedom. What burden does freedom place on human beings? Would you trade your freedom to be rid of this bur- den? Why, or why not?In what ways do these two sacraments serve the community? What do those receiving these sacraments promise to do?Holy Orders, page 25Invite a priest or a deacon to speak to your class. Ask him to explain what happened during his ordination. How does he carry out the promises he made at that time? What are the rewards of his position? How hard were the studies?Matrimony, page 26Help students to become more aware of the importance of their families in forming their character. What are the most important life lessons they have learned there?9

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